How to Beat the Heat in Port Moody

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Environment Canada issued a heat warning for Metro Vancouver this week. Temperatures are predicted to reach the mid-30 degrees, but we're ready for it! Thrive in the heatwave with this survival guide. 

Dive off White Pine Docks

Park on the west side of Sasamat lake and follow the trail to the docks. Experienced dock-goers bring a floatie to avoid the dock crowds and to catch the final rays of sun. Keep in mind that these docks will be in partial shade after 6 p.m.

Paddle board at Rocky Point

Rocky Point Kayak will supply you with the paddle board, and all you need to do is set sail! Dip your feet in and take a break, but don't forget the sunscreen. 

Watch the Sunset on Old Orchard Beach

Watch the paddle boarders from across the inlet as the sun sets. Bring a beach towel for the sand and....


Treat yourself to a cold one

After a full day in the sun, refresh yourself with Menchie's or RP Ice Cream. Best enjoyed with a furry friend and sunset view. 

Picnic at Rocky Point Park

Hit up Thrifty Foods for your edibles, bring a blanket, and voila! You've got a gorgeous picnic during the golden hour. 


Swim at Rocky Point or Westhill Outdoor Pools

The two outdoor pool facilities in Port Moody are now open. Pack up the kids, loads of sunscreen, and dive in! Check out the pool schedule here


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